For a moment, we are moving to the Soviet Union in the 1970s. The period of the Cold War, when the conflict between the USSR in the United States was smoldering. Fortunately, there was no big showdown, but this period served as an inspiration to many screenwriters and directors.
So it is with casino game makers. USSR Seventies is a new casino game presented to us by the manufacturer of casino games Evoplay. The General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev is one of the most important symbols of this slot. Read a detailed overview of the USSR Seventies slot below.
USSR Seventies is an interesting video slot that has five columns in three rows and 15 fixed paylines. To make any winnings you need to connect three or more matching symbols on the payline. All winning combinations count in both directions. Whether you win from left to right or from right to left, you will win. The only thing that matters is that the winning streak starts from the first column on the left or right side.
It is possible to make one win on one payline, so if you have more than one winning combination on one payline, you will be paid the winning combination of the highest value. The sum of winnings is of course possible, but only when they are made on different paylines at the same time.
Within the Bet key. you will find the plus and minus keys that will help you adjust your stakes. If you hold down the Spin key you will activate the Autoplay function. If you like a slightly more dynamic game, we recommend that you activate Turbo Spin Mode.
About the symbols of the USSR Seventies slot
It’s time to introduce you to the symbols of the USSR Seventies slot. The symbols of the lowest payout value are the classic card symbols: 10, J, Q, K, and A. These symbols are divided into two groups on the payout value, so K and A are worth slightly more than the remaining symbols. Digitron and an old portable cassette player are symbols of a slightly higher payout value, followed by a camera and an old TV that displays the image in black and white. The black Lada car carries the highest value among the basic symbols, and five of these symbols on the payline will bring you 33 times more than the stakes.
The Wild symbol is represented by a postage stamp with the image of the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev. In the basic game, this symbol appears in columns two and four. If the wild is found in the winning combination in the base game, he becomes a sticky wild and stays on the columns, and you get one respin. The sticky wild stays on the columns as long as you make a win in which he participates as part of the winning combination. During free spins, the wild appears on columns two, three, and four.
The traditional Russian house is a scatter symbol of this game. This is one of the symbols of the greatest paying power, and five scatters anywhere on the columns will bring you 25 times more than the stakes. Three scatter symbols anywhere on the columns will activate free spins and you will be rewarded with 10 free spins. You will then be faced with two choices:
- You can choose free spins with sticky wilds
- You can choose free spins with multiplier wilds
Free spins with a sticky wild
If you run this feature, each time the wild is symbolized as part of a winning combination it will stay in place until the end of the free spins.
Free spins and wilds with a multiplier
Winning combinations with the Wild symbol will be randomly multiplied twice, three times, or four times. If two or three wilds are in the same winning combination, their mutual multipliers will add up.
The columns of the USSR Seventies slot are located on the dark streets of one of the Soviet cities, on the right side, you will see a mineral water machine, while on the left side of the columns is one of the KGB agents. Appropriate music will be heard all the time while you play this game.
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